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Yelp integrates Apple Pay support in iOS app update

Popular crowd-sourced business review service Yelp added Apple Pay payments to its iOS title in an update on Wednesday, promising iPhone and iPad users a faster checkout process for orders placed from the app.

Reported by AppleInsider • Wednesday, October 11, 2017

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